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Located in France's Languedoc region, Nimes is an ancient and very beautiful city that would be a perfect vacation destination for history lovers and foodies alike. It also has some fabulous accommodation options, and Venere has collected together information about the best Nimes hotels for you to choose from. Every listing includes details about hotel facilities, so that if you need wi-fi or anything else, you can be sure that you will find what you need. Photographs of sample rooms and useful location maps should also help you to decide which hotel suits your needs. We also include reviews and ratings from previous visitors to every hotel, that way, you can find out what real travelers felt about Nimes hotels, allowing you to make a truly informed decision. Book now, and you can also enjoy significant savings from our partners in this fine city.

What's Nimes Like?

Two thousand years ago, Nimes was one of the largest cities in the entire Roman Empire, which means that there is a wealth of historical sights for modern day tourists to enjoy. One of the most spectacular is the city's exceptionally preserved Roman amphitheater (which is still in use for concerts), as well as the Maison Carree - a Roman temple - and the Great Tower on Mont Cavalier. Just outside town, visitors can see the breath-taking Pont du Gard, an extraordinary Roman viaduct which is still completely intact. More modern attractions include Nimes' beautiful medieval Cathedral of Saint Castor as well as a wonderful Museum of Fine Art and the modern art on display at the Carré d'Art. The city center is also built around lush gardens and fountains, which provide an ideal spot to picnic and enjoy a glass of locally produced wine after seeing the many sights near Nimes hotels.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Nimes

It might have to do with the amount of sunshine it receives or the beauty of the buildings, but Nimes is a wonderfully friendly city and nobody should leave disappointed. The locals are proud of their town, and will be ready to offer their favorite bars or restaurants to anyone who asks, although if you can try a few words in French, this will make them even friendlier. A great time to visit the city is during the Nimes Festival, when sights like the amphitheater become the venue for musical performances. The city is also at the center of a famous wine producing region, so ask your concierge and they should be able to suggest vineyard tours. They might also suggest eateries where you can try local dishes like cassoulet or wild boar.